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Dr Kamaldip Kahlwan
Senior Clinical Psychologist

Dr Kamaldip Kahlwan

Dr Kamaldip Kahlwan is a Senior Clinical Psychologist who has recently started working for the Priory Group. Dr Kahlwan is registered with the Health and Care Professions council.

Training

Dr Kahlwan completed his undergraduate psychology degree at the University of Leicester. He received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Staffordshire and Keele Universities.

Research interests

Dr Kahlwan has always had a strong interest in positive psychology ideas and his thesis focused on the positive psychology concept of post-traumatic growth.

Languages

  • English
  • Punjabi

Throughout my training and employment, I have always worked in a wide range of specialist placements including forensic, pain, palliative care, eating disorders, and respiratory and cardiac rehabilitation services. I have also worked in both inpatient and community services for children and adolescents, adults, older adults and persons with learning disabilities.

I specialise in older adult psychology and regularly supervise clinical psychologists in training. I provide specialist psychological assessments and interventions, risk assessments and care planning activities with individuals with various difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis, eating disorders, mild cognitive impairment and personality disorder.

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